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to have the american dream, educated, hard-working with all the trappings of middle class life in america. but in kind of a slow-motion way, they have watched themselves become part of a new class of working homeless, something we last saw in the depression 80 years ago. and as ann curry shows us tonight, these families are trying mightily to turn their lives back around. >> reporter: it's an ordinary school day for nine-year-old jillian kenard and her sisters in jackson, tennessee. band class, a math class. but life for the kenard sisters are anything but ordinary. >> guys, it's time to get up. >> reporter: every sunday, their parents, patrick and cindy, wake them before the sunrises. they fold cots. >> we till have some more packing to do. >> reporter: and pack up their lives. jillian makes sure the birdhouse she built out of popsicle sticks, glitter and glue isn't left behind. and as evening approaches, for the 11th time in four months, they make their way to a sunday school classroom. in another church for another week. it might not seem like much, but for the next seven days, this is
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